Frederick Cheung wrote:
what are we seeing?
- 5 process run together
- Ruby take the same time for each process (760 ms)
- BUT : RoR wait the end of each process before answer to client.
I think, there is a probleme somewhere. but WHERE?? could you help me
Rails runs single-threadedly by default. config.threadsafe! (in one of
your environment configuration file) will enable more than one request
to be processed at a time although limitations of MRI's threadeding
mean you might not see the difference you expect (and i think earlier
versions of mongrel only even dispatch one request to rails at a time,
because rails used to be non threadsafe)
I comment this line :
config.cache_classes = false
In the config, And I see it work better.
But, could you answer to this question :
When only one process run, the client wait 0.907 sec.
When 2 process run together, each client wait 1.705 sec.
When 5 process run together, each client wait 4.073 sec.
Whereas ruby take 0.760 sec each time, for all process in all